Chris Carr, commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, calls out G.L.O.B.E. award winners at the packed Go Global reception. 

The G.L.O.B.E. awards - an acronym for Georgia Launching Opportunities by Exporting - were given to more than 50 companies, each of which were called out by name at the state’s Go Global Reception at the InterContinental Buckhead hotel Feb. 17. The state also introduced new trade representatives for China, Colombia and Mexico.  More

Mexico Misunderstood: Border Congressmen Address Perception Gap

by Trevor Williams | April 1, 2014 Reports of drug violence and debates over immigration reform often obscure the larger story of Mexico’s dynamism and the benefits of its growing integration with the U.S., two border-town congressmen said in Atlanta. More

Atlanta Entrepreneur Exports Pain Relief for Kids

by Mary Welch After a painful process that took nearly a year, Atlanta-based MMJ Labs has received relief in its effort to take the sting out of shots in Taiwan.  More

EU Proposes Tariff Cuts for Ukraine

As reported March 7 by Global Atlanta, the European Commission has proposed to cut tariffs on goods exported from Ukraine to into the 28-nation bloc by November.  More

European Ambassadors: U.S. Gas Exports Would Undercut Russia's Influence in Ukraine

by Trevor Williams | March 11, 2014 U.S. regulators should show support to their European allies by allowing more exports of natural gas, undercutting Russia’s ability to use its supplies as leverage in the developing standoff in Ukraine, four Central European ambassadors said in Atlanta.  More

Trade Commissioner De Gucht: EU to Enact Tariff Benefits for Ukraine

by Trevor Williams | March 7, 2014 The European Union’s trade commissioner told Global Atlanta Friday that the bloc will move ahead to offer Ukraine tariff benefits outlined within a scuttled political deal designed to enhance ties with the former Soviet republic. More
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